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Old 28th June 2011, 09:17   #61
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Awesome trip, Gustav, thanks for sharing

The part I liked most, was in Vlog#5:

Gustav: "I'm taking it easy, because it's really a bit wet"

Speedo reading at that time: 323 km/h
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You should have met up at Norsdschleife for some fun driving back home to Munich

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Awesome trip, Gustav, thanks for sharing

The part I liked most, was in Vlog#5:

Gustav: "I'm taking it easy, because it's really a bit wet"

Speedo reading at that time: 323 km/h
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We could have met in Munich to go up to the Nordschleife and then back: twice the fun

A bit off topic here, but still interesting: yesterday's issue of auto motor und sport featured an article about tuner cars in Nardō, guess what, your G-Power M3 was part of it. Didn't know they use an ASA-Radialverdichter to boost the engine. Same supplier was working with ALPINA for the H1-engine found in the E6x line-up.

G-Power M3 @ Nardō
0-100 km/h: 4.4 s
0-200 km/h: 12.9 s
0-300 km/h: 42.1 s
top speed: 333.3 km/h (so, you were just 10 km/h shy of it)

Christian Ströber of G-Power was disappointed with the 0-100 numbers...
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RS6 Evotech does 0-300 in less than 30 seconds.. Something is nog right here..
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This is lovely!! YES PLEASE!

That's a great midsommar afton... all out on Autobahn in G-Power M3 into the sunset.
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I also think the 0-200 km/h is a bit dissapointing since I managed 0-200 km/h in 11,3 s with MDM, but then it was 6 degrees Celsius instead of 28 degrees.

Yes, ASA and G-Power is the same company.

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We could have met in Munich to go up to the Nordschleife and then back: twice the fun

A bit off topic here, but still interesting: yesterday's issue of auto motor und sport featured an article about tuner cars in Nardō, guess what, your G-Power M3 was part of it. Didn't know they use an ASA-Radialverdichter to boost the engine. Same supplier was working with ALPINA for the H1-engine found in the E6x line-up.

G-Power M3 @ Nardō
0-100 km/h: 4.4 s
0-200 km/h: 12.9 s
0-300 km/h: 42.1 s
top speed: 333.3 km/h (so, you were just 10 km/h shy of it)

Christian Ströber of G-Power was disappointed with the 0-100 numbers...
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